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Health New England launches new brand, logo

Sam Bonacci |

Health New England has rebranded itself with the new tagline of “where you matter,” complete with a new logo and website.

Virtusa stock stumbles as projections fall short

Sam Bonacci |

Business consulting and technology outsourcing company Virtusa of Westborough reported strong revenue growth, but saw stock prices drop Monday as projections for the upcoming quarter fell below...

Ad campaign targets utilities in brewing energy debate


With an expansion of solar incentives bottled up in committee and a battle over a comprehensive new state energy policy looming this spring, the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund...

ReWalk exoskelton to be tested in 160-person VA study

Sam Bonacci |

The ReWalk exoskeleton system is set to be tested in a 160-person, four-year long, multi-center study by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to evaluate the impact of exoskeleton use in a home or...

Partnership unites wind, hydro for clean energy bill


A group of corporate partners representing the often-times competing interests of hydroelectric, on-shore wind and transmission have forged a new coalition to push lawmakers to embrace policies put...

Movers & Shakers

GARETH CHARTER is now director of sales for the Worcester region at MassLive, a news service. He has more than 27 years of experience in the media business, first as a...

Senate passes climate change package


The state would be required to develop a climate change mitigation plan and meet new long-term carbon emission reduction benchmarks under legislation passed unanimously by the Senate on Thursday.

Framingham's HeartWare cancels $929M acquisition

Sam Bonacci |

HeartWare International Inc. has announced it is backing out of a $929 million dollar purchase of Israeli company Valtech Cardio to concentrate on its core ventricular assist device business.

Baker pitches hydropower; education in state of the state


Gov. Charlie Baker, in an unapologetic defense of his administration's focus on the nitty-gritty of governing, called Thursday night for a significant new investment in vocational schools while also...

Worcester company contributes to Hyundai steel mill

Sam Bonacci |

Equipment provided by Primetals Technologies of Worcester has begun producing steel that will make its way into Hyundai’s transmissions and engines.

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